From existing practices to transition policies: circulations and ambiguities

habiter la transitionCycle “Social Practices and Transition Policies
Twenty-fifth day of the workshop
“Living in transition. From existing practices to transition policies: circulations and ambiguities”.

Common thematic workshop for the ACDD and ReHaL networks

Joint day with the workshop “The actors of the housing markets” of REHAL With the support of the Fondation de l’Écologie Politique

Wednesday 18th May 2022
9.30am – 4.30pm

This session, co-organised between the ‘Living in Transition’ and ‘Housing Market Actors’ workshops of the Housing Research Network (REHAL), aims to analyse how housing actors and markets are dealing with climate change.
How do they position themselves in the face of the changes already underway in certain regions? How can natural risks be integrated into price setting? What regulation of actors, particularly local authorities, producers and managers of housing? And therefore, what are the capacities of transitions/adaptations/resilience of housing in the face of climate change?

This day will be organised in two parts:

  • In the morning: three research presentations, which will be discussed and will allow the terms of the scientific debate to be established from different approaches (natural risks, positioning of actors and markets) and fields of investigation, including that of Edwige Dubos Paillard, professor of geography at the University of Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne, member of Géographie-cités: “Effects of the regulation of the flood risk prevention plans on housing prices in the inner suburbs of Paris” ;
  • In the afternoon: a round table will bring together researchers and housing actors (social landlords, insurers, experts) to discuss ways of understanding these ongoing changes, the emerging tools and the identified blind spots.

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Coordinator and coordinators of the session
Loïc Bonneval, Julie Pollard and François Valegeas